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AW: [enhydra] Re: [director] Using Enhydra Director as HTTP cookie based load-balancer

Hi !

Yes, we plan to support Apache 2 sometime next year but no fixed date



-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: João Paulo Ribeiro [mailto:jp@xxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Bereitgestellt: Freitag, 16. September 2005 11:39
Bereitgestellt in: Enhydra
Unterhaltung: [enhydra] Re: [director] Using Enhydra Director as HTTP
cookie based load-balancer
Betreff: [enhydra] Re: [director] Using Enhydra Director as HTTP cookie
based load-balancer


We are using enhydra (3.5.2, 5.0, 5.1.x and 6.x) in a production
environment. We need to upgrade our webserver to Apache 2.0 because of a
third party SSO. The problem is: there is no Director for Apache 2.0 at
the moment and we need it to keep legacy applications (enhydra 3.5.2 and
5.x only support mod director) running. Upgrading all the applications
at once to Enhydra 6.x is a huge and expensive task that we cant afford
at this point in time.

I can't find anything recent about it in the web site or the mailing
list. The information related to this topic is months old. Will Director
on Apache 2.0 be supported? If yes, when?

Best regards.
João Paulo Ribeiro

João Paulo Ribeiro | Senior Software Engineer

PHONE: + 351 253 305 250
FAX  : + 351 253 305 250


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